Anthos Capital led a USD47m round for Yummy, a ride-sharing and last-mile delivery platform with operations in Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru and Panama, with participation from Soma Capital, WIND Ventures, Ethos Capital and YC Continuity, and follow-on from JAM Fund. Yummy raised a USD18m Series A in November 2021.
(TechCrunch) – Less than a year after taking its first funding, Latin American local on-demand delivery and transportation super app Yummy is back with an upsized round of $47 million.
The round was led by Anthos Capital, with the participation of JAM Fund, Soma Capital, WIND Ventures, Ethos Capital and YC Continuity. The new investment gives Yummy a total of $69 million in funding to date.
Yummy was founded in 2020 by CEO Vicente Zavarce, a Venezuelan native and former Postmates and Getaround director of user acquisition. It started out as a food-delivery app and was part of Y Combinator’s summer 2021 cohort.
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